For your convenience, we offer two ticketing options for our event. If you pre-book your tickets, you can secure your entry for just £17. However, if you decide to purchase your tickets on the day of the event, the cost will be £20.
We do accept card payments at the gate, but please be prepared for slightly longer transaction times compared to cash sales. It’s worth noting that children under the age of 16 can enter for free, although proof of age may be requested.
To ensure a smooth experience, please remember that there are no ATM facilities on-site, so it’s advisable to bring cash with you if you prefer not to pay by card. We look forward to welcoming you to our event!
The show’s central hub
The Dairy Hub at Dairy-Tech serves as the show’s central hub for speakers, seminars, and workshops, providing valuable advice, political insights, and the opportunity for ‘Ask the Expert’ sessions with industry leaders at the adjacent RABDF stand.
Additionally, attendees can earn Dairy Pro points through seminars and workshops, promoting professionalism in dairying. Join Dairy Pro by registering at the AHDB stand to learn more.
Showcasing groundbreaking technology
The Innovation Hub at Dairy-Tech is a space to explore cutting-edge technology and innovative products. Attendees can also earn valuable Dairy Pro points through seminars and workshops, recognizing their expertise in the dairy industry. Join Dairy Pro at the AHDB stand for more information and professional development opportunities.
Prevent lameness on farm
Discover how to effectively combat lameness on your farm through practical advice, hands-on demonstrations, and the opportunity to ask questions. Lameness is a top priority in the dairy industry, aligned with the Government’s Animal Health and Welfare Pathway (AHWP).
Explore our dedicated Lameness Village in Hall 2a, supported by VetPartners, where expert guidance, advice, and tools are readily available to help manage lameness in your herd.
Witness firsthand examples of common and uncommon causes of lameness in cows’ feet, and learn how to manage and prevent these cases through informative demonstrations and discussions.